Book of the Day – The Wrong Catch – Dr. Velma Bagby

In this third book of the CATCH series, Greyson presents trophy fish as the new characters in his stories about dating the wrong men.
Word spread like wildfire after Veronica Dawson’s Sunday testimony when she shared her dad’s fish stories describing the wrong guys she dated: the Catfish who loves garbage, the Sturgeon who likes to nibble, the Salmon who hates getting caught, and the Pufferfish who is handsome until agitated.
As more women heard the stories, they couldn’t get enough and wanted more. Some commented, “I can’t believe I dated all those fish characters.” While others responded, “The use of fish personalities for men was genius.”
In response to the demand Greyson and Veronica presented a conference, but this time, it focused on the WRONG CATCH. There, Greyson introduces four new fish analogies based on an elite group of trophy fish popular for fishing tournaments, a multi-million-dollar business. The 4 stories bring together the Black Bass powerful fighters, and the Pike fish, also strong and popular with anglers. To win a trophy fish anglers must prepare for a long fight, as these fish will fight relentlessly to avoid getting caught, including flying above water to knock the hook out of its mouth. Most times the fish wins, tiring out the angler. But if the angler wins, he earns bragging rights having won the fight, besides winning thousands of dollars.

On land, a trophy feels entitled, even when his financial status does not match the title. He does not see the woman as the prize and sees only himself and what he wants. These guys believe anyone in their inner circle is like an extra in a movie and lucky to be around them.

The question Greyson challenged the women to answer: If the guy is a trophy, what does that make the woman called to be his prize (crown)? Find out more in The WRONG CATCH.

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